Notes on the Geography of Japan: Horyuji: Photo 10
Inside, there are three dominating structures. This one is the main hall, or hondo. The same building is more often called kondo, literally the golden hall. The double roof is supplemented at the base by an additional and lighter eave, a mokoshi.
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